The nubia Red Magic 3 has gone through the Master Lu benchmark with its Snapdragon 855 chipset. The tested unit only had 8GB of RAM, though we know that there will be configurations with up to 12GB RAM. This particular unit sported 128GB of storage.
The screen will have a resolution of 1,080 x 2,340px. 1080p displays are the norm for gaming phones as they prioritize performance. ZTE has been working on a high refresh rate screen, “higher than most gaming PCs”, according to nubia.
As the Master Lu team points out, this was an engineering sample that was tested. The final performance numbers may be higher as right now the Red Magic 3 doesn’t beat other Snapdragon 855-based phones with more conventional cooling.
For comparison, we’re including the benchmark scores of the Black Shark 2 (official) and Oppo Reno (still unannounced).
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